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Tusten residents vote on bookkeeper

Voters in the Town of Tusten cast paper ballots on July 12 to decide who should have the authority to appoint a bookkeeper for the town. In the past, the supervisor had the sole authority, but past supervisors sought the approval of the other board members as a courtesy.  Read more

Opera: 'Eugene Onegin'

July 17, 2011

Drama sung in Russian to the music of Tchaikovsky at Tusten Theater, 3pm, $25. 845/887-5980.

Opera: 'Eugene Onegin'

July 15, 2011
July 16, 2011

Drama sung in Russian to the music of Tchaikovsky at Tusten Theater, 8pm, $25. 845/887-5980.

Growing ‘Water’ to raise awareness of its worth

An artfully grown, one-word statement on the world’s most vital liquid is now abloom at Sky Dog Farm, 1724 County Route 23 in Tusten. The flowering buckwheat that spells out the word “Water” undulates softly when stirred by a passing breeze, reminding one of a chief characteristic of water—its flow.  Read more


July 24, 2011

Festival of music, art & ecology on Main St., 9:45am-4pm, free. River Dogs on Parade, 9:45am (registration 9am at the school). Mini pet communications by Brenda Seldin, 9-9:45am & 11am-1pm (Main St.). Poster auction, 12:30pm. 845/252-7576.

Concert: Melanie Henley Heyn

July 8, 2011

Homegrown opera singer performs at Tusten Theater, 7pm, $15 adults, students free. 570/224-4841.

Vacation Bible school

August 1, 2011 - August 5, 2011

St. Paul's Lutheran Church. 845/252-3919.

Katie's Café

July 2, 2011

Community lunch at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 12noon-1pm, free. 845/252-3919.

Art exhibition: Cheryl Korb

June 25, 2011 - August 20, 2011

Paintings by local primitive artist on display at River Gallery through 8/20. or 845/252-3238.

Baseball league cries foul

The Narrowsburg Chamber of Commerce is planning an “Old Fashioned Family Fair” for the Fourth of July weekend with “midway games, inflatables and prizes.” But the planned festivities have struck a sour note with Joe Curreri, president of the Wayne County Babe Ruth Baseball League.  Read more

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